In an effort to round out their reputation as a fully-capable outerwear brand, Patagonia just released their all-new workwear line of clothing that’s certain to shake up the space a bit for brands that have dominated it for so long now.
It’s all thanks to their new Iron Forge Hemp Canvas that’s 25 percent more abrasion resistant than your ordinary duck canvas and now forms the foundation of their entire workwear collection. What’s also great about the material is that it doesn’t need to be broken in and simultaneously offers unparalleled strength, comfort, and mobility for those on the job site. Offerings include a Canvas Ranch Jacket, Double Knee Pants, Farriers Shirt, Canvas Barn Coat, Fog Cutter Sweater, Canvas Cargo Pants, their Burly Man Vest and Hooded Jacket, and a Tin Shed Jacket among other accessories. The best part? Thanks to their direct-to-consumer model nothing in the collection crosses the $200 threshold – lending itself to the notion that you can indeed find reliable workwear for a reasonable price. Available now.
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